IN today’s Five Things We Learned, we focus on Hamilton Academical’s great start to the season, Raith Rovers’ lack of options in attack, Airdrieonians’ toils, Elgin City’s contest with Clyde and D2: The Mighty Ducks.
THIS season’s bottom tier could turn out to be one of the most competitive yet, with a clutch of middling clubs having the potential to outperform the rest. Read on to find out how we think each team will fare…
WITH the Third Division campaign just ended, we set out the THHP team of the season and discuss each player’s (and the manager’s) merits.
DESPITE Rangers’ inevitable title win, and the lack of great surprise in East Stirlingshire finishing at the bottom, the Third Division has still given us an interesting season. Click on to find how we rate each team’s performance over the season.
ALLAN MOORE is the king of the half-time team talk; we were wrong to doubt Alan Archibald; Alan Trouten is trout ‘n’ about; Paul Hartley has a difficult few weeks ahead of him; and Stirling Albion are ready to be the Brazil ’82 of the Third Division (perhaps).
LAST weekend saw some of the most remarkable results in Scotland this season – and they’re all covered in today’s Five Things. Craig Reid, Raith Rovers’ hex, Rangers’ capitulation, Queen’s Park’s promotion concerns and the most astonishing result of Saturday are all featured within.